Variety of Wavelengths and handpieces Available
1064nm:Dermal pigment lesions and dark color tattoo removal
532nm: Epidermal pigment lesions,red, yellow, coffee tattoo removal
585nm:blue and purple tattoo removal
650nm:Green tattoo removal
755nm:Epidermal pigment lesions
Fractional Handpiece: wrinkle removal and skin rejuvenation
Flat-top hat Beam
Ensure that the energy is delivered efficiently to maximize effect
while minimizing damage to surrounding tissue
Pigmented Lesions Treatment
Acne Scar Removal
|Laser Type||Electro-optic nd yag Q-switched laser|
|Controller||Key press display|
|Pulse Energy||1500mj (1064nm); 800mj (532nm)|
|Width of pulses||8ns ±2ns|
|Beam of light transmission||7 articular-arm of light guide transmitting|
|Indicator of aiming light||Red diode laser|
|Cooling Manner||Closed-off water circulation + air|
|Main product||HAIR REMOVAL- 3 handles IPL , 808nm diode Laser|
SLIMMING- Hifushape Focused ultrasound , Cryo lipolysis , Vaccum +
RF slimming system
Skin treatment- 10600nm RF tube CO2 laser
Scars wrinkles- RF Microneedle
|Voltage||110 V/ 220V|
“Carbon Laser Skin Rejuvenation” is a non invasive and pain-free
laser treatment that is great for treating minor skin imperfections
and giving skin a glow from within. This laser facial is delivered
by a state of the art Q-switched Nd-Yag Laser machine producing
short, rapid and high intensity pulses of light with maximum
capability for destruction of debris clogged in the pores and upper
layers of skin.
Increase the speed of metabolism, speed up the body to excrete
waste and excessive water.
Dermis pigmentation,such as lentigines, blue or black
Epidermis pigmentation, such as freckle, senior fleck and yellow,
red, brown pigment, lip color.
Interval of the therapy
Two months interval is necessary before start another treatment,
making the broken pigment has enough time to be absorbed.
Generally speaking, several treatments are required to get
satisfactory results. For specific customers, the treatment times
depends on composition of the pigment concentration, depth,
pigment; usage amount of each treatment laser doses, patient's body
macrophages for the absorption of pigment . To receive satisfactory
results, usually exogenous pigment treatment needs more than 3
times, the endogenous pigment needs more than 5 times. Only a
minority of patients cannot get satisfactory result after repeated
1) After the treatment, the skin will become red and swollen or
blood infiltrated, if so, patients can ice the treatment skin or
apply some ointment against scar
2) 7-14 days will be fall off if there is scabby, avoid by all
means remove, so as not to delay the healing and the formation of
pigmentation of the skin
3) Due to individual differences or climate changes, the clients
shall not touch water or other solution directly in a few days
after treatment, so as to prevent treatment area infected.
4) try to eat less spicy food and binge drinking, smoking.
5) very few individuals may appear normal skin pigmentation after
treatment, generally subside after 1-3 months.
6) clients should avoid the sun activity and exposure, lest produce
heavier pigmentation after the treatment.
7) any abnormal phenomenon appears after the treatment, please
counseling the clinic timely.
1). How many treatment sessions will tattoo removal take?
On average, professional tattoos require 5-6 treatments, while
amateur tattoos may require 3-4 treatments. Each treatment should
be spaced approximately one month apart. The number of tattoo
removal treatments depends on the amount and type of ink in the
skin. Rarely, more than ten treatments may be needed.
2). Do all colours of ink disappear equally well?
No. Dark (blue/black) inks and red inks fade the best. Oranges and
purples usually respond well. Green and yellow inks are the most
difficult to remove, although additional treatments can produce
3). Will the tattoo completely disappear?
In many cases, yes. Greater than 95% fading of the tattoo may be
accomplished. However it is very important to know that over 100
tattoo inks are in use worldwide today, none of which are regulated
by the FDA. Not knowing which tattoo ink, how deep or how much was
used, makes it impossible for the physician to predict the degree
of tattoo removal in any given case.
4). What type of post treatment care is necessary?
Usually there will be pinpoint bleeding associated with tattoo
removal treatment. An antibacterial ointment and dressing is
applied. The treated area should be kept clean with continued
application of the ointment given to you by your physician. A
shower can be taken the next day, although the treated areas should
not be scrubbed.
Tattoo ink is removed by using a specific wavelength which passes
through the skin but is absorbed by the ink. The rapid absorption
of light energy causes the tattoo ink to destruct, where it is then
removed by the body’s natural filtering systems. The Q switched
pulsed laser also delivers the light in very short, high intensity
pulses for maximum ink destruction. The use of this specific
combination of wavelength and rapidly pulsed light for tattoo
removal results in minimal damage to the skin while removing
maximum possible amount of ink.
5). Is the tattoo removal process painful?
The laser emits light in very short flashes of light called pulses.
The impact of the energy from this powerful pulse of light is
similar to the snap of a thin rubber band. A large majority of
patients do not require anaesthesia.